An Aroland First Nation man has been sentenced to six years in prison in a fatal hit-and-run crash in 2011 that killed a 60-year-old Thunder Bay woman.
The City of Thunder Bay wants to boost the voter turnout for the Oct. 27 election and is turning to social media as a marketing resource.
Despite a study suggesting Thunder Bay could get by with a smaller police force, the city’s social ills continue to keep officers busy and local officials aren’t anticipating reductions to the city’s
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AS Thunder Bay’s municipal election heats up so does the controversy over plans to build a big new event centre on the waterfront.
THUMBS Up to the “strong woman making use of Hillcrest park terrain on Monday afternoon. I was avoiding the rain, waiting for a phone call in the parking lot.